Friday, March 2, 2018

Friday's Friend! Dog Adoption, Operation Paws for Homes

American Staffordshire Terrier Adoption
Photo Credit: Operation Paws for Homes Creative: Allen Pearson

Last Friday night, my human came home smelling from head-to-toe like several other dogs. If I didn't know better, and I don't, I would think he petted and cuddled and scratched bellies with seven other dogs. arf? I am used to him coming home on Saturday afternoons smelling like he's petted a few dogs but this was all over home. I had to promptly begin making him smell like he should - LIKE ME! WOOF!!

I found out why from a friend at Operation Paws for Homes! My human and a barkingly pawsome volunteer named Mike from Operation Paws for Homes took a van loaded full of dog and cat supplies to the Animal Shelter in Maury County, Tennessee. WOOF! The two humans brought back seven dogs who needed to find "Forever Homes" and humans to love! WOOF! WOOF! I am barkingly proud of these two humans.
American Staffordshire Terrier Adoption
Photo Credit: Operation Paws for Homes Creative: Allen Pearson

This week, I got to meet the dog who left the most scents and smells on my human, Adora! She has a most fitting name too. Adora asked if she could tell you about herself!

"Barks! Hi Noah and thanks for letting me tell your readers about me! I was so excited to see your human and Mike stop by the Maury County Animal Shelter on that early morning. I wasn't sure what was going on but these two guys seemed so kind it could only be good!  I was hoping that one of them would adopt me! I went and met both of them and stayed with your human out of the way. I learned all about you Noah so I knew I was going home with your human. Barks, I still loved on him quite a bit. He helped me relax during this crazy few minutes. When the truck was unloaded, my human began preparing me to go with these two pawsome fellas! WOOF! I was told that I would have a new life in the Maryland area! As we drove the twelve hours north, I kept wondering what a Maryland was and my new humans will be like. Will that like me? Will that fall in love with my cute self and spoil me as rotten as they pawssibly can? A dog can only hope! The journey north was great. We dogs barked every time the van stopped. We were barking in anticipation and excitement!"

"Barks, so, a little about me. As your human learned, I am friendly, outgoing and enjoy meeting humans.When I meet new humans, I like to give them a tail-wag and flash my adorable puppy-dog smile. That's my I'm named Adora, for adorable, because I am. WOOF! I am an American Staffordshire Terrier mix! WOOF!"

"My foster human and probably your human too Noah describe me a spunky since I love playing and romping around! Arf. I am good about listening to their corrections when I'm told "no!" I enjoy playing with dogs my size or larger- sometimes I scare the small ones with my spunkiness! I am enjoying learning how to live in a house but am still house and crate training. My manners will be pawsome soon. Thank you, Noah!"

WOOF! Thank you for sharing I hope you find humans to love and a "Forever Home" soon!

Barkingly, if you would like to learn more about dog adoption, pawlease visit the Operation Paws for Homes Adoption Guide.

If you would like to meet Adora or apply to adopt her, pawlease complete the Operation Paws for Homes Dog Adoption Application.
American Staffordshire Terrier Adoption
Photo Credit: Operation Paws for Homes Creative: Allen Pearson

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